We get a lot of questions about the CBD that we use in our infused honey products, so we created a page to help you understand why our infused honey uses the best quality ingredients.
How much CBD is in each serving?
There are 20 mg of broad spectrum CBD in each teaspoon.
We strongly recommend stirring the honey well before consuming to make sure the CBD is evenly distributed. For those who want to start out with a slower dose – stir the honey well and start with a half teaspoon for a 10 mg dose. You may choose to start by taking smaller doses more frequently.
How many servings should I have per day?
That’s a great question – and the answer is it is specific to everyone’s individual needs. Different ailments and conditions may require a higher or lower dose and it’s best to talk with your pharmacist about the interactions with any other medications you are taking first. Your body type, weight, chemistry is a sensitive balance, and your needs may change.
Our artisanal CBD honey is meant to be part of your healthy lifestyle. Therefore, taking it every day as part of your routine ensures you enjoy the synergistic effects of the honey paired with the CBD on an on-going basis.
How many servings are in a jar?
- Our 5.6 oz glass jars have 500 mg of CBD and contain 24 teaspoons.
- Our 11.2 oz glass jars (by far our BEST VALUE!!) have 1000 mg of CBD and contain 48 teaspoons.
What kinds of CBD are there?Full Spectrum, Broad Spectrum and CBD Isolate
What is Full-Spectrum CBD?
If an extract is full spectrum, this means it contains all phytochemicals naturally found in the plant, including CBD, trace cannabinoids, terpenes, and essential oils. Full-spectrum extracts from hemp also come with a negligible THC content — below 0.3%
The full spectrum of the active compounds extracted from hemp work together to amplify the health benefits of each individual cannabinoid. This phenomenon is referred to as the entourage effect.
Although non-psychoactive, full-spectrum CBD can give you a false positive during a drug test, especially if you consume high doses of CBD oil daily.
That’s when the broad-spectrum CBD comes in.
What is Broad Spectrum CBD?
Broad-spectrum CBD contains cannabidiol and all the other compounds within the plant, save for THC, which is completely removed after the initial extraction. Because broad-spectrum extracts contain multiple cannabinoids, they also produce the “entourage effect,” but without the THC.
In a very simplified manner, broad-spectrum CBD is like a mix between full-spectrum CBD and CBD isolate. It contains the entire spectrum of cannabinoids EXCEPT for the THC part.
What is CBD Isolate?
CBD isolate is the purest form of this compound, made by pulling it from its natural environment and removing it from all other ingredients.We also developed a blog that goes into greater detail about the differences between full spectrum and broad spectrum CBD.
What kind of CBD do you use to infuse into the artisanal honey?
Florida Honey Pot Farms uses Broad Spectrum CBD sourced from reputable hemp growers. Broad-spectrum CBD contains cannabidiol and all the other compounds within the plant, save for THC, which is completely removed after the initial extraction. Because broad-spectrum extracts contain multiple cannabinoids, it offers the full benefits of the “entourage effect,” but without the THC. Broad-spectrum is less processed than isolate and there is no risk of psychoactive effects.
Broad Spectrum Works is Best for:
- CBD users with conditions that the isolate alone can’t help with
- Individuals sensitive to THC
- Individuals living in places with harsh THC regulations
- First-time CBD users afraid of THC
How do you test your CBD?
Prior to infusing the CBD into the honey, we have it independently tested to make sure it is of high quality standards with no impurities, pesticides or chemicals. The test report is called a “Certificate of Analysis” or COA.
A certificate of analysis (COA) is a lab report on the chemical make-up (e.g., contents) of a product. In the context of Industrial Hemp extracts, the COA reports on the cannabinoid, terpene, and contaminant profile of CBD products. COA’s are used to verify that the contents of the product are matched to how it is advertised. These reports are important for verifying that hemp extracts have less than 0.3% THC by weight, as determined by the definition of Industrial Hemp in the law.
We then infuse the CBD into either the Orange Blossom, Wildflower or Palmetto honey. The infused honey is sent for testing again to the third-party lab with the Certificate of Analysis (COA) being posted for each product. All of our COAs can be viewed on our Lab Reports Page.
Not sure how to read the our CBD Lab reports? Read this article that explains how.
Do you have a specific question about CBD?! We’d love to hear from you – just email us at email@example.com